Every year, Tenacre Foundation, a Christian Science nursing organization in New Jersey, creates an inspirational calendar and sends it to Christian Science churches and societies. The theme for the 2019 calendar is the spiritual significance of child-likeness, so we invite you to create the art! This opportunity is open to all who were Sunday School student in 2017 or 2018.
We strongly encourage sending a good photocopy of your artwork instead of the original piece because we cannot guarantee return shipment. Please mail physical submissions to the address:
Att: G Bergeson – 2019 Calendars
PO Box 632
Princeton, NJ 08542
You may also submit your artwork digitally by emailing it to Genevieve Bergeson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “2019 Calendar Art Submission” in the subject line. To be considered, digital submissions must have an image resolution of 300 dpi or greater.
Each student may submit one piece of art.
Submissions must be received by Friday June 1, 2018.
Your name and address
The name and email address of one of your parents or guardians
Your email address ( if you have one)
The name of your church / Sunday School
If you are under age 14, a statement of your parent or guardian’s permission to submit your art. ( A sentence with a signature will suffice.)
By submitting your art, you (or your parent) give Tenacre permission to print, publish and otherwise display your artwork for the calendar and related purposes.
If you have any questions about this opportunity, you may contact Genevieve: email@example.com.
For Inspiration anytime/ anywhere/ everyday of the year
To Listen to:
Weekly Bible Lessons
Christian Science SentinelRadio
The Daily Lift
The weekly Bible Lesson offers deep and insightful study for spiritual growth. Healing experiences and practical applications of Christian Science prayer are shared in the Sentinel Radio Program by people from all over the globe. The Daily Lift is a two – three minute inspiring thought for the day.
Adventure Unlimited and The Albert Baker Fund (ABF) have a deep appreciation for our shared values, and the way that our missions bless so many in our Christian Science family.
This is especially true with our newest programs. When Adventure Unlimited launched the National Leadership Council (NLC), ABF stood with us from the outset, providing encouragement and substantial financial support to help bring this wonderful idea to fruition. With every class, DiscoveryBound’s (DB) NLC program is proving the power and value of meaningful connections between outstanding program participants and adult mentors.
When The Albert Baker Fund first presented the ABF Career Alliance, Adventure Unlimited immediately recognized the benefits of “a career alliance for the extended Christian Science community”, especially if those who love and value Adventure Unlimited were to become involved. We also saw how it would bless our young alumni and the summer staff at the A/U Ranches. As the Career Alliance progresses, we’re seeing that ABF Career Allies, like DB NLC mentors, are making a big difference in the lives of young people.
The Career Alliance needs individuals who can share their own career experience and insights with new college graduates and those in a mid-career transition. It’s often a simple phone conversation, but it can be immensely helpful to someone just starting out or navigating a new course. ABF’s Career Allies are also finding it incredibly satisfying to help others in this way.
The ABF Career Alliance is a tremendous way to build connections that strengthen our community, including the Adventure Unlimited family. We encourage you to to take these steps to get involved:
Our Bible Lessons: Understanding Them and Reading Them Expressively and Effectively with Don Feldheim, presenter and author of Principles of Expressive Reading
Saturday, February 17, 2018
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
1230 W. Spring Valley
Richardson, TX 75080
Please register by Feb. 9. Registration instructions are at the bottom of this page.
Mary Baker Eddy says the Christian Science Bible Lesson is “…a lesson on which the prosperity of Christian Science largely depends.” Church Manual Art III, Sect. 1 (31:4)
While the bylaw is directed toward Readers in our churches, it’s also important for every student of Christian Science to thoroughly understand and effectively read—audibly and silently—our Bible Lessons.
This unique seminar will benefit any student of Christian Science
Readers (former, current and future), the general membership, regular church attendees,
and senior Sunday School students.
You’ll receive tools that will help you:
deepen your scholarly understanding
elevate scholarly understanding to heartfelt understanding
gain the freedom to express the spirit of the word with heartfelt fervor
You’ll also learn about the reading standards set by Mary Baker Eddy and the Holy Bible, and get ideas about how our Bible Lessons can help us become better healers and ensure the prosperity of our church.
Some of the more serious barriers that animal magnetism attempts to impose on our understanding of God’s Word, and on our reading from our platforms.
The standards of effective reading—straight from the Hoy Bible and from our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.
How to set God’s word free from the pages on which it was written.
Both silent and oral readers will receive expressive reading “Tools for Understanding” that will help us:
Improve a scholarly understanding of the text, and elevate that scholarly understanding to a more spiritual dimension of heartfelt understanding of God’s word.
Identify clues writers have left—clues that reveal important insights into God’s inspiration.
Pay special attention to the nuances created by the writers choice of words and the structure of their writing.
Gain a clearer and deeper understanding of the heart and soul of the writer’s work.
We’ll also receive expressive reading “Tools for Delivery” that will help us:
Use all our God-given communication tools to the best of our abilities.
Deliver inspired messages with the same depth of feeling and richness of expression with which the writer might have actually spoken the words.
Eliminate self-consciousness and learn how to “get yourself out of the way.”
The $25 cost of this seminar includes lunch and a PDF copy of the 220-page book,
Principles of Expressive Reading, by Don Feldheim.
Though walk-ins are welcome, it will be helpful if you register and pay in advance. Here’s how:
1. By February 9, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 214-361-1625. Provide the names of the attendees for February 17.
2. Visit https://christiansciencedallas.com/donate/ and donate the $25 fee for each attendee (includes lunch and a PDF copy of Principles of Expressive Reading) with a credit card via PayPal. Note: this will not show as a registration, just a donation. We will match the name(s) on the registration with the name of the credit card and you’ll be all set.
We look forward to seeing you at The Leaves on Saturday, February 17!
This seminar is sponsored by Christian Science churches in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Lisa Wyly & John Graham 214-526-5906 (Third Church); Kelly McCutcheon 469-865-7376 (Fifth Church); Alexis Spradling 214-632-0217 (Arlington); Laurie Milner 817-999-6686 (Irving);
Elizabeth Arnett 817-439-2005 (N Richland Hills);
Marcy& Tim Best 214-732-0478 or email@example.com (Plano); Debbie & Tony Janssen 972-802-7036 (Richardson)